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C_34_Quiz - C 34 Quiz 1. The spark for World War I was...

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C 34 Quiz 1. The spark for World War I was provided when Gavrilo Princip assassinated A. Francis Joseph B. Nicholas II C. Alexander Kerensky D. Francis Ferdinand E. Otto von Bismarck 2. Approximately how many combatants died in World War I? A. One million B. Three million C. Four million D. Nine million E. Fifteen million 3. The first total war in world history was A. The Crimean War B. The American Civil War C. World War II D. The Franco-Prussian War E. World War I 4. The term for the idea that people with the same ethnic origins, language, and political ideals had the right to form sovereign states was A. Utopian socialism B. Positive nationalism C. Democratic republicanism D. Fabianism E. Self-determination 5. The nationalistic aspirations of subject minorities was most threatening to a state such as A. England B. Austria-Hungary C. Spain D. France E. Germany
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6. Slavic cultural unity was actively promoted by A. Germany B. The United States C. Russia D. Austria-Hungary E. Italy
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7. In 1914, England's share of the world's industrial output stood at A. 3 percent, tied for tenth in the world B. 9 percent, having dropped behind the United States and Germany C. 14 percent, roughly the same as Germany D. 32 percent, the world's largest E. 62 percent, twice as large as the nearest competitor 8. Which of the following was not an important area of competition and conflict between England and Germany in the years leading up to World War I? A. Religious differences B. The naval race C. Colonial disputes D. Industrial and trade rivalry E. Nationalistic tensions 9. The members of the Triple Alliance were A. England, France, and Russia B. Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Russia C. Russia, Italy, and Germany D. Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy E. England, France, and Italy 10. The French were deeply suspicious of German expansion because of A. Germany's role in the final defeat of Napoleon B. The solid total alliance between the British and Germans C. The rise of Adolf Hitler D. The inability of the French to forget their humiliating defeat in the Franco-Prussian War E. German support for Basque separatists 11. The military plan that called for an invasion of France through Belgium was called the A. XVII plan B. Bismarck plan C. Schlieffen plan D. Brest Litovsk plan E. Belgian insertion plan 12. The soldiers who marched off in 1914 to fight in World War I were mostly A. Depressed because they remembered the incredible slaughter of the Franco-Prussian War B. Mercenary troops C. Draftees D. Depressed because of their religious opposition to the war E. Wildly enthusiastic
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13. The German offensive of 1914 was halted at A. Gallipoli B. The Marne River C. Verdun D. The Somme E. Prussia
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14. The western front in World War I was A. A German victory after the French abandoned their English allies B. A bloody stalemate C. An overwhelming French and English victory D. A relatively easy German victory E. An Italian victory that changed the shape of the war 15. The massive German assault on the western front in 1916 was
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course HIST 152 taught by Professor Benjamin during the Spring '11 term at Ohlone.

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C_34_Quiz - C 34 Quiz 1. The spark for World War I was...

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